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We cannot forget WashU Greek Life’s recent (and not-so-recent) history of harm

As spring rush begins, we must remember the stories shared in the summer of 2020 about the long-lasting existence of racism and sexual violence within Greek Life. 

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Sheet masks are not accommodations: Redefining “self-care” for mental health

“Self-care” is often limited to its consumerist contexts and is stigmatized when expanded to include mental health accommodations that challenge existing structures and norms.

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Is WashU really a safe space? Why narratives of campus safety must include sexual violence

When considering campus safety, we often exclude sexual assault from our definitions of violence, despite its prevalence on our campus.

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The do’s and don’ts of interacting with a grieving friend

Grief is a widely varied process, and everyone will react differently. That said, here are some tips on interacting with a grieving friend.

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WU-Slam’s Grand Slam — an untraditional yet unforgettable experience

WU-Slam’s atmospheric performance brought in-person slam poetry back to campus.

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Dear freshmen: College is overwhelming. It’s okay to take time to adjust

It’s normal to feel overwhelmed. Use this year to learn to adjust to change.

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Letter from the Forum editors

As the semester begins, here are some changes to the Forum section.

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Behind the scenes with the architects of the East End

Arriving at the completed 570,000-square-foot landscape took years of planning, design and construction, about $360 million dollars and multiple teams of architects.

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Why the 2,505 purple pinwheels around campus are important

While I was aware of the prevalence of sexual assault at college campuses across the country—Wash. U. included—the pinwheels brought a tangible image to the numbers. They also feel personal—they represent individuals on our campus, people we live with and have classes with and share a community space with.

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